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Bolerium Books

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|Retail|San Francisco, CA 94110

2141 Mission St #300, Ste 300, San Francisco, CA 94110

(415) 863-6353

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Trotskyism, Spanish Civil War, Labor and Radical History, Individual Books & Collections Purchased, Gay & Lesbian Literature, Chicano Studies, Asian American Studies, Anarchism, Americana, African American History

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2 days ago

09/17/2019, 01:10 AM
Like almost every bookseller within a twenty mile radius, Bolerium was on the prowl at the huge Friends of the San Francisco Public Library book sale's opening night. Comrade Alex noticed that the sponsor of the sports section honored Colin Kaepernick on his sign. Appropriately enough, our best find of the evening was the 1969 classic, "The revolt of the Black athlete."
Anonymous on Facebook

3 days ago

09/16/2019, 02:30 AM
Fresh civil rights posters in the shop - just in time to get them ready for the upcoming book fair in Los Angeles. (If you haven’t heard about the new fair, happening for the first time in early October, here’s a link: https://rarebooksla.com).
Anonymous on Facebook

4 days ago

09/15/2019, 02:49 AM
"Two Spirit" is a term now used by many Native Americans to refer to people who would be thought of in Western terms as LGBTQ+. This poster, designed by George Littlechild, is featured in the book "Queer Twin Cities."
The 10th International Two-Spirit Gathering [poster].
Minneapolis: 1997. 23x22 inch poster featuring Littlechild's painting "The Spirit of 2," very good. Announces the meeting in Onamia, Minnesota. Note under the painting on the poster says "2 Spirited people are known for their roles and positions as healers, artists, and storytellers (keepers of history)."
Cat.No: 184021 $50.00
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Anonymous on Facebook

6 days ago

09/13/2019, 09:25 AM
Poem by Assata Shakur on the back cover of the first issue of Breakthrough. This was published a couple of years before her escape from prison in 1979.
Prairie Fire Organizing Committee. Breakthrough; political journal of PFOC. Vol. 1, no. 1 (March 1977). San Francisco: John Brown Book Club, 1977. First issue of the journal, staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, covers worn, short split at bottom of the spine. Errata slip laid in. (#70283) $20.00
Anonymous on Facebook

7 days ago

09/12/2019, 09:57 AM
“We hold the Rock!” This premier issue of the Alcatraz Indians of All Tribes newsletter announces the occupation of Alcatraz, with updates on Radio Free Alcatraz, efforts to build infrastructure, etc. Includes the famous “Proclamation to the Great White Father and all his people” which begins, “We, the native Americans, re-claim the land known as Alcatraz Island in the name of all American Indians by right of discovery. We wish to be fair and honorable in our dealings with the Caucasian inhabitants of this land, and hereby offer the following treaty: We will purchase said Alcatraz Island for twenty-four dollars ($24) in glass beads and red cloth, a precedent set by the white man’s purchase o...  more>>
Anonymous on Facebook

9 days ago

09/10/2019, 07:19 AM
This Cuban Mother’s Day card from 1981 was used as a bookmark in something that came through the shop. A special treat for that loving mom who appreciates roses AND light RPK machine guns!
Anonymous on Facebook

10 days ago

09/09/2019, 01:40 AM
On this day in 1847, the US Army executed 16 Irish soldiers who had switched sides and fought for Mexico. If you want to read up on the fascinating story of Saint Patrick’s Battalion, here’s a good place to start. The Irish Soldiers of Mexico.
Hogan, Michael.
Guadalajara, Mexico: Fondo Editorial Universitario, 1997. 268p., very good paperback. On Irish-American deserters who joined the Mexican military in the 1840s and formed Saint Patrick's Battalion.
Cat.No: 189495: $25.00
Anonymous on Facebook

12 days ago

09/07/2019, 12:17 PM
Serve the people!
n.p. [197-]. 14x20 inch poster, fold-creased, pinholes at corners and a puncture in the field; one of the folds has a split that has a tape repair to the reverse. Depicts Mao playing ping pong while Mr. Natural (R. Crumb's cartoon character) points and shouts the slogan.
Cat.No: 242143: $40.00
Anonymous on Facebook

14 days ago

09/05/2019, 13:19 PM
Why hello, Bob! Published this day in 1975.
Kalendar vol. 4, issue L17, September 5, 1975.
San Francisco: Mecca Publications.. 24p., tabloid newspaper, photos, advertisements, calendar of events, news stories, services, classified ads, mild wear and toning otherwise very good on newsprint.
Cat.No: 185242: $35.00
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